• April

Top Ten Tuesday: Audiobooks I Cannot Wait To Read



Listen. I know we all have growing piles of TBR (to be read) books and TBL (to be listened) audiobooks. It's almost like a dragon's undeniable instinct to hoard. As they say, so many books, so little time.


As I keep adding on my TBR, there's going to be books that's going to jump ahead of the queue, be it on an ebook version, a paperback or the most accessible to me, audiobooks.


Here are 10 audiobooks in my audio library that I cannot wait to read!


Playing the Palace by Paul Rudnick, Narrated by Michael Urie

the review I've read so far on the audiobook has been truly positive and from the looks of it, this audiobook is bound to make me laugh out loud. I absolutely can't wait to dive in. Also, I have the signed copy of the paperback sitting in my car right now.








One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston,

Narrated by Natalia Naudus

one of my most favorite MM romance read is Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston. It's a given that her next novel, One Last Stop, is on top of my next TBR. I actually have the paperback (signed!) on my bookshelf, but I'm waiting for the audiobook version.








The Secrets In My Scowl by A.E. Via,

Narrated by Tor Thom

AE Via is one of my most favorite MM romance author. She has a way of writing alpha males that's strong, endearing, protective and sexy AF, but NOT assholes. That's important for me. I'm so over alpha holes. The Secrets In My Scowl is on my TBR but when I saw that the audio is out, it jumped up the queue on my TBR.







A Dark And Hallow Star by Ashley Shuttleworth,

Narrated by Vikas Adam, Neo Cihi, Natalie Naudus, Imani Jade Powers

This one has been on my queue too. I read an interview with the author, Ashley Shuttleworth and how much work and revision she did with the story before it published. I'm excited there's multiple narrators, four POVs, there's a mission and mystery and the representation in this story, I've read from reviews, is really well done.




Love Is A Stranger by John Wiltshire,

Narrated by Gary Furlong

I've had the ebooks sitting in my iBooks for a while now. I just haven't gotten to reading it yet! Lol. Well now, the first three audiobooks of the series are out and they're getting raving reviews which motivates me to wanna listen to them more and more. Gary Furlong is a great narrator too. I need to set some time to binge listen to this series. I heard it's really good.





Rare by Briar Prescott,

Narrated by Iggy Toma and Alexander Cendese

I love all the books Briar Prescott has written so far. They're sweet, feel-good, fleshed out romance stories. It gives me the feels and I catch myself wearing a smile after I read them. Rare is one that I haven't read just yet. Now that this is out on audio, I'm going to make sure I get to experience her words being narrated by two amazing narrators.





Clashing Hearts by Nicky James,

Narrated by Nick J Russo

I've heard so much of Nicky James' wonderful writing. I have two of her books on my tbr. But I am not above saying I'm scared to read them because I've also heard she writes books with angst that's going to rip your heart, but will put them all back together. Once upon a time, I read a lot of angsty books. But since last year, I've been leaning more to low angst feel-good reads and audios. I am thrilled that this new series from Nicky James are sweet contemporary low angst and hello, cowboys! Plus Nick J Russo is one of my favorite narrator.



Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender,

Narrated by Logan Rozos

Another book that I've heard that's a really wonderful read. I got the special edition in paperback sitting on my shelf. But I always opt for the audiobook version. I can't wait to listen to this one.










Cry Wolf by Charlie Adhara,

Narrated by Eric Bloomquist

So... I've had this book for a while now. I have this unfortunate bad habit of putting off every last book of the series because I don't want it to end. Here's a weird confession, I haven't read Kingdom of Ash yet because of said bad habit. I've read that Cry Wolf is the last of the Big Bad Wolf series. I love Cooper and Parker! It saddens me that this is the last of their series. However, I just learned that there's a spin off coming out after this. So maaaybe I'll press play on this one and listen to Coopers and Parker's HEA.



A Guy Walks In A Bar by Lauren Blakely,

Narrated by Shane East, Joe Arden Another one that's been sitting in my TBR. It'll be my first Lauren Blakely audiobook. The cast of narrators look legit awesome. I really just need to buckle down and listen to this one.









And there they are. So many audiobooks, so little time! But I will try my hardest to get through all of these. Do you listen to audiobooks? Do you have a long TBR on audio too? Which one is next on queue?



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Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.




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